Revisiting Git, Github, and the wordpress.org plugin repository

Revisiting Git, Github, and the wordpress.org plugin repository

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3 Responses to Revisiting Git, Github, and the wordpress.org plugin repository

  1. Chip Bennett says:

    Thanks for this, Hakre! I’ll have to give it a thorough read over the weekend. I’m a Git/GitHub convert, and would love to make the Git-SVN workflow more automated for maintaining my Plugins.

    • hakre says:

      I want to either for my plugins.I was sticking with Git for WordPress development (Tip by Nicolas Kuttler) for some time but the WP plugin svn is so awfully slow so this one is a very good introduction to use GIT as the primary system and then use the plugin repository for publishing only.

  2. Pingback: Git for WordPress development | hakre on wordpress

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